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David Scranton

David Scranton 78, formerly of southington passed away March 18,2024 after a lengthy battle of health issues at his son's michael home with wife Jessica. He was the son of late Edward & Mary Scranton of Plainville. David is survived by his children son Michael & Jessica Scranton of Watertown  children Alexus,Camden,Taylor & Shelby washburn. Daughter Annie Scranton of wolcott daughters Paige Soden her  fiance Danny  and Willow Stevenson. Daughter Sarah & Doni  Peronace of Southbury  children Madi & Doni. He is predeceased by his sister Catherine Whitney and surviving husband Ron Whitney of Plainville. Niece Lori & Butch Legere of Virginia children Nichole and Mathew. Niece Cathy & Jim Romano of Plainville.

David grew up in Plainville. His younger years he spent riding BSA motorcycles or racing cars at Plainville Stadium. Later he developed a love for mustangs. His late friend Bruce Limeburner  who convinced him to start Classic Mustang Inc. of Southington from 1980-2018. Later years he spent with his late dog Bentley, riding his horse and spending time with his family. He was loved and will be missed. The family would like to Thank everyone for their condolences and prayers. The memorial date is to be announced.  

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Cathy Romano
Cathy Romano
3월 29일

Uncle David, You will forever be in my heart. You have always been a fighter, and you fought till the end. My thoughts and prayers go out to Michael and Jessica. You did everything in your power to take care of your dad. Your home was his home these last years and I know he was eternally grateful for that. All my love always, Cathleen


I wish to pass along my deepest condolences to David’s family and close friends upon his passing. David approached his recent illness with courage, strength and humor which I greatly admired. I can recall years and years of discussions with David concerning cars, motorcycles and Plainville goings on in the 60’s and was always just astonished by his modest stories of racing cars at Plainville stadium. Unbelievable! What an interesting and intelligent person David was and I will always remember David with a big smile. So glad I knew him. Dennis Moreshead

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